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good wednesday morning. it is may 19th, 2010. if there is any wet stuff out there, it is just kind of left over from yesterday. i think most of the rain has moved out. at least we hope so. thank you for being here. i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> i'm steve chenevey. welcome to fox 5 morning news. let's check in with tony perkins and say good morning to him. there is hope on the horizon. >> yes, there is. there are some clouds but cls clearing as well. we will see a little more sun today than we've seen during the last couple of days but still a lot of clouds factoring in. we'll start you off. we are not seeing any precipitation at this hour. we are seeing some clouds. that is about it, cool temperatures as well. can't rule out a little more drizzle or a stray shower popping up here or there but for the most part, we begin the drying out process today. here is a look at the current temperatures at the area airports.
another cool start to the day. dulles international is at 48 degrees this morning. reagan national, 53. and bwi marshall is at 54 degrees. your forecast for today, plenty of clouds but i do think there will be a little bit of sun here and there. an isolated shower is possible. high 67 degrees. most of you will not see rain today but again, some isolated drizzle or showers here or there. that is about it. >> thank you. let's say good morning to julie wright and look at traffic early on this wednesday morning. >> we're looking pretty good. we started off a little shaky down south at the wilson bridge. had an opening there. effect back in place and traffic flowing freely as you travel between oxon hill and alexandria. no worries about the large pothole that caused a lot of headaches yesterday. that has been patched over. if you are traveling northbound 95 and 395, light volume as you continue to work your way from newington headed up towards the beltway and out toward the 14th
street bridge. light traffic volume coming in off of 66 to manassas and the beltway. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. our big story, results from some closely-watched primary races across the country. five-time u.s. senator arlen specter defeated. that isn't the only big shake- up. vote ares in four states went to the polls in the crucial primaries. >> sarah simmons has more. >> reporter: this is not a huge shock given the antiincumbent attitude that has been building. arlen specter is seeking another term mere in the senate but he fell to two-term representative joe sestak yesterday. sestak won 54% of the vote to
specter's 46%. sestak's campaign strategy hit specter in his known weak spot, his party switching ways going back and forth between the democrat and republican parties. specter faced his support he's last night and had this to say. >> i have just called congressman sestak to congratulate him and to tell him that i think it is vital that we keep this seat with the democratic party and that i will support him in the election. >> reporter: in kentucky, graham paul rode support of tea party activists to a government win. now, there are some other big real estates as well i wanted
to mention. in kentucky, graham paul, the son of ron paul, rode speert from tea party activists for a republican win. in arkansas, senator blanch lincoln did not win the majority of the votes in the democratic prime there. this will go 199runoff election with lieutenant governor bill halter. that is something that will take place coming up on june 8th but it could be a bell whether as to we'll be right backly -- as to exactly what will be happening in the elections. we want to turn our attention to the gulf of mexico. there is another hearing to discuss what is being done so far to clean up that mess and how this kind of catastrophe can be avoided in the future. the house transportation and infrastructure committee will face lawmakers just one day after british petroleum released new underwater video
showing the oil spewing into the gulf. they estimate 210,000-gallons have leaked since the explosion. ate driver hit a child in northeast washington and then kept on going. this happened around 9:30 last night on cain place. police have not tracked down the driver. the child is in the hospital. no word on the condition except the child is conscious and breathing. new details about the man found dead on a metro train earlier this week. investigators say he was on board that train for almost five hours before anyone discovered he was dead. we are told he got on the train at the twinbrook station on the red line. he was discovered at the shady grove station five hours later after the train had ended its run. metro says he likely died of natural causes. police believe a witness saw a gunman getting with a after a murder at the max in venter criminal that you see here. gunman tousled with a few of the people would lived there but the gunman ended up killing the handy man. across the street from the
mansion, a drive spotted an older model white toyota pickup truck and saw that drive away after a man jumped into the back and cored himself with a tarp. there are new questions about a tb scare at a montgomery count question high school. last month, a student at kennedy high school in silver spring was diagnosed with an active case of tuberculosis. the infected student hasn't been at school since. problem is health officials waited until this week to notify the school community but are telling parents there is no reason for them to worry. students and staff members who had close contact with the infected student will be tested as a precaution. lady luck is apparently smiling on the washington wizards. team has land the the number one pick in this year's draft. irene pollan represented her husband. the wizards won the top selection. ted leonsis was there as well. we will hear from him later on this morning. the draft is set for june 24th. a lot of people think the top
pick will be kentucky guard john wall. running a stop sign and commit oog traffic viling as in d.c. could end up costing you more now. details of a proposal to raise traffic fines for dozens of violations and why the mayor wants to do it. up next, an tax which is captured on camera. a beating and robbery on this video could help land more of the suspects behind bars.
making headlines at ten minutes after 5:00 this morning, three teenagers were arrested and they are now being held on $200,000 bond in a beating and robbery caught on tape in montgomery county t shows five young men beating and kicking a 30-year-old man in the stairwell of his aspen hill apartment. the victim suffered broken ribs, cuts and bruises. police arrested 18-year-old kirkland hall, jr. and two 17- year-olds. investigators are now trying to figure out who two other people on the tape may be. robert wone was killed in a due pond circle rowhouse back in 2006. the three men who lived in the
home are being tried on obstruction of justice charges. when wone's widow took the stand yesterday, she testified that one of the man on trial sounded like he was in shock when he called to tell her her husband had been stabbed. one of the defendant broke down in tears as the 911 tapes were played in court. >> help us. we have someone who was stabbed on our second floor. i don't believe this. i don't believe this. >> the man died as his 911 call was replayed in court. court observerred noted it is the first time we have seen or heard any emotion from the defendants. the trial resumes on thursday. we are agetting new insight into the virginia tech mass care. a federal investigation claims the security officials broke rules in waited too long to
notify students of possible danger. officials say the standard in 2007 allowed university officials to use their best judgment on when to notify students. the school could be fined up to $55,000. the department of education will take the school's response into consideration before drafting its final report. a bitter book battle in texas could eventually impact what your kids learn actually conservative group of texas board members say they want history books changed to eliminate what they call a long- standing liberal bias. they vote on friday. critics say the proposed changes downplay the role of african-americans, latinos and women. texas is the second largest buyer of textbooks in the country so books tailor made for texas often wind up in classrooms all over the country. >> we have much more ahead on fox 5 morning news. there is the chance we might be paying higher fines for traffic violations. >> failure to come to a stop at
welcome back. how is it look being out there? >> not too bad. not a bad start. we have cool temperatures, parts of the area in the 40s early this morning and we're not seeing any rain so that is a nice little improvement over the last couple of days. can't rule out a shower or two later on. let's take a look. we'll start with the current temperatures around the region. some of you are in the 40s. it is 48 degrees in manassas. 49 in sterling, virginia. 52 currently in washington. 53 in annapolis. frederick, maryland is at 54 degrees. fredericksburg is at 55 degrees. all right. let's check in with that satellite-radar composite. we can show you we are not seeing any rain this morning. we do have some clouds in over us and down to our south, a little bit of clear sky as well. it will be a mixed bag i think
for the morning hours. i do think that during the course of the day today there will be a lot of clouds hanging around but i do think we'll get some breaks, some sunshine coming through here and there during the course of the day and i think even this morning. all right. here is your surface map. here is what is going on today. we have an upper level low that will be coming through here. it could bring a shower or two here or there. most of you will be dry during the course of the day today. we can't rule out a stray shower or some stray drizzle. then hoop settles in. it will give us calmer conditions for thursday and friday and nicer conditions as well. here is your forecast for today. a lot of clouds around. isolated showers possible. 67 for your high as we start to climb back towards a normal temperature. that is not it. that is still below normal. we'll get there tomorrow. then, for tonight, we are going to see wrefer night lows in the mid-50s in town under mostly cloudy skies. tomorrow, 77, that is right
about where we should be. good amount of sunshine. friday, some sun but then clouds build in. high 81. saturday, sunday, both of those days have a chance of rain showers. it is about a 30% chance at this point. now, let's find out what is happening with the traffic with julie wright. >> so far, no incidents reported if you are traveling down south at the wilson bridge. wave got light traffic volume on 395 leaving the beltway toward the 14th street bridge. and 66 right now east of 13 lanes are open continuing into towards the capital beltway. wilson boulevard just west of route 7, that is where we have reports of an incident possibly involving an overturned vehicle. keep your eyes peeled for that. south on 270, lanes are open continuing out toward the truck scales. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. d.c. mayor adrian fenty wants to raise traffic fines to help close a multimillion- dollar budget gap. the city is not on board with
the proposal. karen gray houston brings us the story. >> reporter: we are talking more than 70 moving violation infrabbings like turning right on red when the sign says don't do it. the current penalty is a $50 fine. mayor fenty wants to jack that up to $100. >> these are fee increases and penalty increases that fall directly on our residents and small businesses. >> reporter: when she a nickel and diming, the proposal would hike the fine to failure to wear a helmet from riding a motorcycle from $25 to $100. interfering with moving traffic when pulling from the curb would go from $5 to $100. passing a stopped school bus would jump from $50 to $500. >> i'm wondering during the course of the debate if members might consider sunsetting these until 2014. it would get us through this financial plan and it would
give us those four years to actually die thoughtful analysis of where are we. >> reporter: but the administration is desperate. the budget year is almost over and they've got to figure out a way to fix the shortfall. at-large councilmember kwame brown said let fenty figure it out. >> do we need to vote on those increases right now and all the options on the table, are these options that the council doesn't have to institute that the mayor should have already done because it is his suggestions? >> reporter: we caught up with the mayor at a ceremony announcing a new doggie park in upper northwest and naming his permanent parks director. he told us he plans to go through with the traffic fee hikes. >> when you have to close a $535 million gap, there are a lot of tough decisions that have to be made. these are some of them. >> reporter: karen gray houston, fox 5 news. >> even if council is not on board, the mayor could order the traffic fine increases. he could consider some of council's suggestions to have
his agencies slow their spending through the end of june or furlough government workers for a day or two. montgomery college has announced its new president and welcomed her to campus. dr.pollard will take office on august 2nd. she was 15 years experience in teaching and school leadership. dr.pollard says she is devoted to the community college mission. >> we are potentially the most transformative institution in contemporary america. we can change the life of an individual. we can change the objective of family and contribute significantly to the essence of a community. >> last year, the board board of trustees did not renew the contract of the former leader. at 7:00, fallout from the results of yesterday's primary elects. peter finn and jordan seculo
will join us live to talk about that. at 8:00 ache special treat. paul adeen will join us live to share some of her great recipes. up next, an ugly crash during awe local bike race. police say it was no accident. they say this was sabotage. we'll be right back. - ( music playing ) - we know technology can make you more connected.
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that is for sure. still a little foggy out there this morning. 52degrees right now in the nation's capital. as we head south of district, more than a dozen bike riders were hurt touring a race through southern maryland when police say somebody sabotaged the race course. >> they did it by throwing tacks all over the road. accident was caught on camera. bob barnard picks up the story. >> we are sit setting up for the right turn here where the crash happened. >> veteran cyclist brian vaughn captured one of the crashes on video. it is # 30 sunday afternoon, the corner of sedgewick street and lawrence avenue in leonardtown, maryland. see the racer lose traction, take the tack, go down right there and we do the best we can but the curve there, you don't have anywhere to go so you have to brace for it and take the impact. >> reporter: at 25 to 30 miles per hour, the camera mounded on vaughn's bike helmet. >> the curb is there. the knee takes an impact. >> reporter: vaughn banged up
his leg pretty good and other riders suffered a fractured elbow and serious shoulder injury during a crash earlier in the day. >> i think pretty clearly because the incidents went on through outdate that someone had the intext of trying to disrupt the race without question. >> reporter: this photo shows one of the large metal tacks stuck in a racer's tire. st.mary's county sheriff's investigators say somebody placed the tacks on the road in different places at did i have report times of the day. vaughn got back up on his bike and continued racing until his leg started hurting gentleman i had known there were tacks on the course. it doesn't hit you right away that hey, that is why we all went down. >> reporter: vaughn's wife roberta never imagining he might one day capture a crime in progress. >> i don't know why someone would want to do it but it is
certainly disturbing. >> we are hoping somebody will see something or somebody saw something at the race and could let the sheriff's demeanor know. >> reporter: st. mary's officials say if caught whoever did this face as a variety of charms, assault, regularless endangerment and detruck of property to name three. >> investigators say they don't have any idea why anybody would wanted to harm the cyclists. >> they a the weekend races are popular with residents as well as business owners. we have much more still ahead on fox 5 morning news. >> reporter: some big wins on primary night across the country. but not necessarily for the incumbents. i'm sarah simmons. i'll have the late from capitol hill when fox 5 morning news returns. ♪
it is wednesday morning, may 19th. that actually looks like a pretty nice shot out there and hopefully what i see back in the distance is a little bit of sunshine. >> yeah, sunrise should be about 5:53, something like that. let me check real quick here. i've got it somewhere. swrat sun would be nice to see after a couple of days of rain. >> 5:52. -- >> the sun would be nice to see after a couple of days of rain. >> yes, we'll take whatever sun we can get at this point. you saw the live shot there.
that is the best thing to look at. on the at light radar, you do see some of the clouds that are coming through. no precipitation for us this morning. that is nice. might be a shower or two later on here or there but for the most part, it will be dry today for most of us. right now, here is what we're looking at at reagan national. they're reporting a few clouds, 52 degrees, relative humidity at 83%. your winds are out of the northwest at seven miles per hour. here is your forecast for today. plenty of clouds around but a little little bit of sunshine as well. temperatures beginning to creep up. we are looking for the mid- to upper 60s today. 66 in baltimore. 65 in manassas. 67 in washington with a chance of a stray shower, a little bit of drizzle here or there later. >> we got it. thank you. let's check traffic and see how julie wright is doing. >> it is not looking so bad right now. we had earlier incidents along river road just inside the
beltway. all of that activity has cleared. you will find the trouble spot is in virginia. we have a crash possibly involving an overturned vehicle. 66 close in picking up the usual suspects as you leave vienna headed towards the beltway. awful your lanes are open. 270, no problems to report out of hyattstown. traffic still moving at speed gaithersburg out towards the split. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. our big story this morning, some big shake-ups in the primary races. five-time senator arlen specter has been defeated. it was not a good showing for the incumbent. >> sarah similar monday is live on capitol hill with more on the results -- sarah simmons is live on capitol hill with more on the results. >> reporter: good morning. for some people, they say it is not a huge surprise last night but still it is pretty shocking when you see people like five- term ten senator arlen specter going down in defeat yesterday. it is part of this whole move
that people have been talking about across the country where there has been this anti- incumbent attitude throughout the year. senator specter is seeking another term in the senate but he fell to the two-term representative i don't sestak. sestak won 54% of vote compared to specter's 46%. sestak's campaign strategy really hit specter in his known weak spot which is his party- switching ways. he was going back and forth between the democrat and republican parties and some of the people in pennsylvania said they really had kind of grown tired of it. specter and sestak both faced their supporters last night after the election. >> i think it is vital that we keep this seat with the democratic party and that i will support him in the election. >> let's come together and let's proveil in november and
let's have a public servant that will always be beholden to you and accountable to you. >> reporter: there are some other big races too that everyone has been watching across the country. in kentucky, the son of ron paul rode speert from the tea party activists for a republican win there. in arkansas, that has not been decided. senator blanch lincoln did not win the majority of the votes in that democratic primary. this goes to a runoff election between the senator and lieutenant governor bill halter. that will be held on june 8th but a lot of people are looking at this knowing that the november elections are coming up and are wondering exactly what will happen then. we're live on capitol hill, sarah simmons, fox 5 news. back to you. >> thank you. in the gulf of mexico, bp has released new underwater
video showing that the oil it is still spewing into the gulf. there is another hearing on capitol hill today as scientists try to determine if the oil has entered a powerful current that could take it to florida and up the east coast. the search is on to find a driver who hit a child in northeast washington t happened about 9:30 last night on cain place. the victim is between 10 and 11 years old. we are told the child is expected to be okay. police are looking if a white chevy impala. we are getting new details about a man found dead on a metro train. investigators say he was on board for almost five hours before he was discovered. we are told he got on the train on the twinbrook station monday morning and was discovered at the shady grove station five hours later. metro says he likely died of natural causes. investigators say they have a crucial clue in the murder of a handy man in virginia. they believe a witness saw the gunman getting away. the attacker killed the man at
a mansion where he did odd jobs. a driver spotted an older model white toyota pickup truck drive ago way after a man jumped into the back and covered himself way tarp. a tb scare at a high school in montgomery county. >> a student at kennedy high was diagnosed with an active case of tuberculosis last month and has not been at school since. parents are concerned that health officials waited until this week to notify the school community but officials say there is no reason to worry. students and staff member who had close contact with the infected student will be tested as a precaution. lady luck apparently smiling on the washington wizards as the team has landed the number one pick in this rear's nba draft lottery. irene pollan represented the wizards last night wearing her husband's 1978 championship ring. must have worked. the wizards won the top spot on the draft pick. we'll hear from ted leonsis a little bit later this morning. the draft is set for june
it seems almost impossible to be miss usa these days without some sort of troifer. picture surfaced showing her pole dancing for a contest at a radio station in detroit. she won first place. the web site says the photos were taken in 2007 but miss usa fans fan are firing back saying those pictures are not any worse than pictures posted by the pageant itself showing contestants posing in lingerie. mark souter is stepping down amid a sex scandal. he as admitted to an extramarital affair. he won a republican primary and was nominated for a ninth term representing northeastern indiana. >> it is with great regret i announce i am resigning as a representative. i sinned against god, my wife
and my family by having a mutual relationship with a part- time member of my staff. >> he said he could continue serving despite the scandal but the personal price to his family is too big to pay. in a letter, the reverend jeremiah wright says president obama, quote, threw me under the bus and he is toxic to the obama administration. this is the strongest language yet. president cut ties with wright back if 2008 when the controversial sermons became public. the chicago pastor also says its pleas to release funds for haiti would probably be ignored. a former reality tv chef will show us how to prepare a delicious and healthy and easy meal. >> we are checking your morning commute and your forecast. it is getting a little nicer out there this morning. should be a much nicer day than yesterday. we're back after this. t .ie
i to like that. arthur connelly, sweet soul music. >> we would also like to see a little bit of sunshine. that would be nice too. >> you see a little bit right there. >> pretty good. >> i would love to do like an old-style radio show where you play the records and the dj talks. >> you get to pick your own music. >> are those days long gone? >> those days are gone. it is corporate radio now. boring, boring. >> commentary from the meteorologist. >> that's right. i want to start with your weather headlines. i don't think we featured headlines if a while. here we've got some for you. there are still plenty of clouds today. it will be a nice sunrise. you will see some sunshine. a left clouds hanging around. they kind of like it around here. a little warmer than yesterday. we made it up to about 63 degrees or so. we'll get a little warmer than that. sunshine is on the way. there will be a little bit today and more tomorrow. right now, got to tell you the weekend looks so-so.
some sun, some clouds. maybe a couple of showers too. here are the current temperatures around the region. right now in the district, bang, 52 degrees. 4959 dulles airport. fredericksburg is at 55 degrees. and hagerstown, it is 54 degrees at this hour. you look at the big picture. cooler to the north. somewhat cooler, not that much though. 48 in binghamton. here is a look at the satellite- radar. i keep mentioning a slight chance of a shower or two here or there today. that is because there will be an upper level low that will pass through here during the course of the day. as long as that will move through, can't rule out a little bit of drizzle or shower but i want to keep emphasizing that i think most of us will remain dry today. but a stray shower or two. that is how we have made up the forecast for today. take a look. still lots of clouds. but if i'm not saying just cloudy, that means there will
somebody rays of sun coming through as well. an isolated shower is possible. high about 67 degrees. your five-day forecast, tomorrow, more sunshine, warmer, 77 degrees. i think tomorrow is a nice day. i think tomorrow is the nicest day of the workweek actually. friday, sun but then clouds build in later. 81degrees for your high. saturday and sunday, a mix of clouds and sun. temperatures in the upper 70s and a chance, about a 0% chance of some shower activity each day. that is a look at what is happening with the weather. now, let's get to julie wright and get an update on traffic. how are you? >> i'm good. thank you, sir. not so bad today. a little cloudy but sunshine on the way so we have something to look forward to. kind of hike your commute this morning. not so bad right now if you are continuing to work that drive north on i-95. light traffic volume headed over towards newington. route one traffic behaving nicely headed up towards fort belvoir. the inner loop holding steady.
you are at speed leaving braddock road. outer loop, no problems to report. 95 headed around towards georgia avenue. also make note in virginia, there is one crash to report. this is outbound wilson boulevard as you macyour way past lynn street. we've received word of a crash there. follow police direction to get through. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >> you know you have a new option when you go grocery shopping in northwest d.c. yesterday as the grand opening for the friendship heights whole foods store with nearly 50,000 square feet. the chevy chase stores as grocery aisles and a healthy eating bar and a coffee shop with breakfast options that open early for you at 6:00 a.m. they are trying to attract the early morning commuters heading into d.c. nutritionists tell us that we should be adding super foods to our diet in order to be healthy. fox 5 is showing you exactly what to do in the kitchen with the help a celebrity chef. melanie alnwick reveals a side dish using something we could all use more of, leafy greens. >> they have high potassium.
they have high antioxidants. they have a lot of things that we think of as getting elsewhere. part of the challenge is learning how to cook them, how to prepare them. >> reporter: enter mike isabella, head chef and former contestant on the hit show top chef. >> today i'll do a dish on kale. it has light of vitamins and minerals, railroad healthy. >> reporter: any leafy green will boost potassium and give you antioxidants plus they are packed with calcium. >> leafy green vegetables, spinach, kale, are just wonderful sewers of complex nutrients. >> mike starts his kale dish with onions and olive oil in a pan on medium heat. he adds diced garlic and then sprinkles in the kale and lets it cook. >> at this point, the onions are cooked about halfway. the kale is cooked about halfway. that is when we'll put in a little chicken stock. >> kale is pretty sturdy so it could cook longer than other
leafy greens. after about 30 to 40 minutes, stir in a beaten egg. >> this is an ancient style of cooking. we thicken it up with the egg and that is the perot enin there. >> reporter: add lemon juice and seven it as a side with other vegetables or by itself. >> a little sea salt and a little olive oil and you have have a nice braced kale dish for the spring, winter, fall or summer, whatever you like. >> here are the ingredients you will need for today's dish that we'll be preparing. you can see them on your screen. . if you would like more information, go to myfoxdc.com, click on special reports. another close one for the
worked out. ted leon is is taking over. gilbert arenas is coming back and the team has all kind of cap room so maybe their luck is changing. there is irene pollan representing the chan fries. ted leonsis is expected to become the wizards majority owner in weeks. came down to the sixers and wizards. the wizards get the first pick in june 24th's nba draft. here is ted leonsis. >> i would like to thank mrs. pollan and mr. pollan. it is a great ching for the franchise. having had a first round pick in the nhl and see how that turned out, i think this is a great day for the franchise. >> the nba draft is june 4th. kentucky guard john will the projected introduction one pick. baseball now, nats in st. louis, no score. lopez at the plate, he takes john lanham to deep left center field. he leaps at the wall.
not only comes up short but he loses his gloves in the flowers. fan grabs the glove and touserses it back. classy move. ryan ludwick, it is tyler clifford. this one, no chance. solo home run to left field. cardinals edge the nats 3-2. washington limps home. loses are of five in a row. the orioles hosting the royals. when with you going to do manage being nick? right now. orioles edge the royal 4-3. nhl playoffs, they are still going on. first period, no school, daniel bruyere shot past the glove of the goalie. the flyers shut out the canadiens to lead the series two games to none.
westfeel appear golf club played host to the 13th annual joe jacobi youth for tomorrow classic. joe gibbs calls it the most important thing in his home. it raise is money for his youth home. before hand, he visited mike shanahan at redskins park and he was asked his thoughts on albert haines worth and his refusal to participate in off- season activities. >> i trust mike. whatever his decisions are that, what i go with. i'm not the person to give the suggests on that. but hopefully, something there will work out because i think the redskin made a big investment there and hopefully they can get him back on the field. >> sound like he is happy to not be making that decision. more good news coming from the redskins. the second annual cooley for the cure to raise money for cancer research. chris' mom was diagnosed with breast cancer two years ago but is now cancer free.
>> being part of an event to raise money for breast cancer with my mom is so cool. i mean the way i watched her go through the disease and the strength she showed was so impressive to me. >> one more note, rain postponed stephen strasburg's start in syracuse so he will start the second game of a doubleheader tonight. straight ahead at 6:00, before a new list of the most endangered historic places two of which are in our area. we'll let you know which ones. didn't forget to join us in our 8:00 hour because paula deen will join us. we'll check your morning commute and weather. fox 5 morning news will be right back. . duct system as the lungs of the house. expulsion of air. dust and dirt that helping the house to breathe. say i'm a doctor. not a doctor either. suction. ♪ call 1-800-steemer